Spotlight on Noémie Pinardon-Touati, Assistant professor in the department of economics.
Noémie Pinardon-Touati took part in the 2022 Review of Economic Studies North American Tour.
The Review of Economic Studies May Meetings have been held annually in May since 1989. Every year, in line with the Review’s tradition of encouraging the work of young economists, some of the most promising graduating doctoral students in economics and finance in the world are selected to present their research to audiences in Europe. The meetings take place at the economics departments or institutes of three or four universities across Europe. Standard seminar presentations are given over two days to audiences invited by the local hosts and which include members of the journal’s editorial board. Some of the most promising graduating doctoral students in economics and finance in the world are selected to present their research to audiences in North America.
For each of the last 32 years, Restud has invited job market candidates in the US to present their research in three European locations in May after the job market. For the first time, the journal hosted a tour of North American institutions in 2021, with the aim of showcasing excellent job market candidates from European institutions.
We are extremely excited to announce that Alison Andrew (UCL), Nicolas Bonneton (Mannheim) (selected in 2021), Amanda Dahlstrand (LSE), Diego Kaenzig (LBS), and Noemi Pinardon-Touati (HEC Paris) will participate in the REStud North American Tour 2022!
The 2022 North American Tour will be hosted by Duke University, UC San Diego and University of Minnesota and the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis on 17th – 21st October 2022. Further details are here on the Tour site.
Noémie was also recently named the winner of the European Finance Association’s Engelbert Dockner Memorial Prize for the Best Paper by Young Researchers.
From this year on the EFA will award the best paper presented at the conference by a young researcher with a prize in memory of Engelbert Dockner (EFA President in 2016). The prize will be granted annually for the next five years (2020-2024). The winning paper will be chosen among the papers written by a young researcher(s) and accepted for presentation at the EFA Annual Meeting. ‘Young researcher’, is defined as a PhD student or a young scholar or Professor who has completed his/her degree not more than one year prior to the respective EFA Annual Meeting. To be eligible, papers should be accepted to the EFA Annual Meeting.